Is Procurement Doomed? – There’s Still Time To Register for Our Pub Debate

We've had lots of response to our pub debate:

This (Public) House Believes that Procurement is Doomed!”

"The digital revolution and other factors will make procurement functions a thing of the past by 2025."

To be debated at the Old Bank of England public house, Fleet Street, London. Arrive 5.30 for a 6pm sharp start. And we still have room for a few more.

The motion will be proposed by Stephen Allott, lawyer, entrepreneur and the government's small business champion and seconded by Jason Busch, our own CEO and founder. It will be opposed by Garry Mansell, MD of Trade Extensions, sourcing and optimisation specialist, seconded by Peter Smith - you know the rest ...

... with a bit of fun thrown in.  There will be some thought-provoking points made, and as usual, a bit of personal abuse between proposers and seconders.

So,  if you have an hour to spare and are in the area:

you can register here

Look forward to seeing you there.

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  1. David Atkinson:

    Can’t make it Peter, but it sounds like it could be a lively one.

    Make sure you video it!

    1. Peter Smith:

      Not sure I can manage the video but intend to record it and turn it into a podcast – that’s the technological plan anyway! Hope to get you speaking at a debate soon too…

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